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How to Give a Student a Course

IT IS ALL SO EASY FOR ACS AFFILIATES

Providing course access for students is a streamlined process for colleges affiliated with ACS Distance Education.

  • ACS Courses sit in a password protected place in the cloud.
  • Students access the courses by using a password.
  • When a student enrols in a course, the college which they enrol through sets them up with a password that gives them a pathway to access whatever courses they have enrolled in.

 

The college sends them the password together with an explanation of how to access any student support services for that particular college.

STUDENTS CAN THEN ACCESS COURSES WHEREVER & WHENEVER THEY WANT - ON COMPUTERS OR MOBILE DEVICES -AT HOME OR AWAY FROM HOME!

 

Every college is different and they can differentiate their services through the “enrolment acceptance letter” and any other information sent directly from that college to the student.

So – the student in effect is receiving information through two pathways:

  1. A pathway from the ACS Cloud Training system
  2. A pathway from the College they enrolled with

The ACS Training System Pathway provides:

  • An introduction to each course – explaining what follows and how to progress through the course
  • A series of lesson documents involving things to read and set tasks to undertake as part of the learning experience
  • A series of assignment documents; each corresponding with the lesson.
  • A series of interactive self assessment tests
  • Software necessary to drive the delivery of the course for the student.
  • The above applies to both 100 hr and 20 hr courses

All of these things are presented without obvious branding (apart from what is needed for intellectual property protection). This means the course functions for any affiliated college who uses it.

The Colleges pathway may include some or all of the following:

  • A customised and branded email such as a letter of acceptance or welcome to study letter
  • Advice on how and where to submit assignments for marking
  • Advice on what is required to pass a course, whether exams might be involved beyond the assignment; or not
  • Advice on how to access support from academic or administrative staff
  • A student manual or guide, or a college guide
  • Newsletters

These and similar things can be configured and branded differently for different colleges. This is how each of our affiliates are able to create a distinct point of difference for themselves in the education market place.

 

 

 

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